Preventing a Future Without Elephants
In Africa, an elephant is killed for their ivory every 15 minutes – For Rangers provides direct support for those fighting the crisis right now. By buying and wearing a Tembo bracelet, this meant not only getting to own a beautiful, tactile piece of jewellery, but also helped the fight against Elephant poaching.
THE LONDON CHATTER
Having long admired her colourful style and love of travel, we loved every part of collaborating with leading fashion and lifestyle blogger Kelly Eastwood on this collection.
Raised in Kenya (her grandparents moved there in the 1920s), Kelly is all too aware of the devastating effects of the illegal wildlife trade and the urgent plight of the elephant. Which is why Kelly has been working with Auree to design the Tembo Collection and raise awareness and importantly money to support Rangers, a cause close to her heart.
Read Our Full Interview with Kelly here: Meet Kelly >
100% of profits to
For Rangers & Tusk
“The statistics are unbearable, over a thousand rangers have been killed in the line of duty since 2003. By joining forces with Auree Jewellery and The London Chatter we hope to make a difference, raising funds to ensure that rangers are enabled with good-quality equipment, training and general welfare, including support for the families of rangers killed or injured in the line of duty. These are the men that are risking their lives to save Africa’s iconic species – it is dangerous, tough and thankless work and we must do all we can to help them.”
Sam Taylor, Chief Conservation Officer on Borana Conservancy, Kenya and Founder of For Rangers.Learn more about FOR RANGERS >
MAIL ON SUNDAY, YOU MAGAZINE
Front Row by Amy Williams
Any excuse for one of these pretty bracelets, but we do love a charity collaboration where all profits go to a great cause. Designed by blogger Kelly Eastwood (aka The London Chatter, but who originally hails from Kenya) and Auree Jewellery, these pieces will raise funds for the rangers who work around the clock to protect elephants and rhinos from poachers. More than 1,000 rangers have lost their lives while on duty and, unfathomably in 2016, an elephant is killed every 15 minutes – we think it’s a cause worth supporting.READ THE ARTICLE
THE SUNDAY TIMES, STYLE MAGAZINE
Wardrobe Mistress by Pandora Sykes
Need a pretty gift? Look no further than these Tembo 18ct gold and rose gold vermeil and sterling silver single-strand bracelets, part of a collaboration by the affordable British jeweller Auree and the lifestyle blogger Kelly Eastwood. Even better, when you buy one, 100% of the profits will be donated to For Rangers in conjunction with Tusk. There's been a surge in support for Africa's endangered wildlife of late - Prince William made a speech for Tusk last month, while celebrities have been tying a knot on Instagram, as part of the #knotonmyplanetcampaign to end the slaughter of elephants. The collection launches on October 4 - World Animal Day - so you can do your bit, too.
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